Outlander Immersion Tours!

It doesn't have to end...
Immerse yourself in the Scotland of Jamie and Claire.

Immerse yourself in the beautiful vistas and local villages of Scotland where Jamie & Claire lived and loved! These tours are led by the fabulous guides from Inverness Tours who tell you all of the tidbits about Outlander, and also share their love and vast knowledge about Scotland and Scottish history. Plus, they're fun!

The Outlander Immersion Tours (<- click for prices & dates) are designed to be an immersion into the sights and scenes from season 1 of the Outlander TV Series and from the original Outlander book. This tour also includes a performance by "The Bard" (if available) from Castle Leoch and then period costumes on the final day.

The Outlander Redoux Tours (<- click for prices & dates) cover sites from season 2 and Dragonfly in Amber. Since much of this series takes place in France, we're using the slang French term "Redoux" instead of "part 2". This tour also includes includes Rosslyn Chapel, Eilean Donan Castle, a ride on the Jacobite Steam Train and 2 nights on the Isle of Skye.

Both types of tours are for 8 Nights, are a maximum of 7 passengers (plus the driver/guide), and include a Welcome Dinner.

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Outlander Immersion Tours of Scotland

Small Group Tours, Starting Glasgow, Ending Edinburgh

Highlights:

  • Scotland sights from Season 1
  • Glasgow - which contains many filming sites such as Glasgow Cathedral, George Square, Pollok Country Park, Glasgow University, and Kelvingrove Park (including a 2 day hop-on hop-off bus pass)
  • Performance by Gwyllyn the Bard from the TV Series (or Alasdair Whyte if the Bard is not available)
  • Scottish Heritage Pass - which allows free entrance in to the castles (plus you can use it to tour Edinburgh Castle the day after the tour ends).
  • Film Locations for Castle Leoch, Inverness, Cranesmuir
    (i.e. Doune Castle, Falkirk, Culross in real life)
  • The filming locations of Craigh na Dun & "Rent",
    (i.e. Loch Rannoch, Highland Folk Museum)
  • Culloden Battlefield & Clava Cairns
  • Lallybroch (Midhope Castle)
  • Fort William (Linlithgow Palace and Blackness Castle)
  • Loch Ness, Glen Affric, Beauly Priory
  • Charming Glenelg community ferry to take "Over the Sea to Sky"
  • Dress up in period costumes on the final day with a guided walking tour of Edinburgh's Royal Mile
  • 3 dinners and 7 breakfasts and a fun Scottish evening in Edinburgh

For the dates and prices: Outlander Immersion Tours of Scotland

Outlander Redoux Tours of Scotland

Small Group Tours, Starting & Ending in Inverness

Highlights:

  • Sites from Season 2 and various other seasons
  • Inverness, the Capitol of the Highlands, including a 1 day hop-on hop-off bus pass)
  • Tulloch Ghru and the Cairngorms
  • Film Locations for Witches Trial, Eldridge Manor, Gardens of Versailles
    (i.e. Tibbermore Church, medieval Balgonie Castle, Drummond Castle Gardens)
  • Rosslyn Chapel (since we're in the neighborhood)
  • The mill where Jamie got naked, the church where Jamie and Claire were married, the kitchen where the duke got "done in"
    (i.e. Preston Mill, Glencourse Old Kirk, Callendar House)
  • Beaufort Castle, the port and the scene of Silkies’ Island, plus exterior and interior of Bellhurst Manor
    (i.e. Dean Castle Country Park, Harbour of Dunure, Drumlanrig Castle)
  • Cumbernauld Glen, where filming for season 4 occurred, will be substituted for Drumlanrig if the later is not open
  • The sweeping glens in the opening credits & the most photographed castle in Scotland (i.e. breathtaking hills and valleys of Glencoe & Eilean Donan Castle)
  • 2 magical nights on the Isle of Skye including Trotternish Peninsula, Talisker Distillery and Dunvegan Castle
  • The Jacobite Steam Train across the Glenfinnan viaduct (seen in the Harry Potter films)
For the dates and prices: Outlander Redoux Tours of Scotland